Something different, dramatic and very colorful. A rare, ravishing and romantic early-nineteenth-century bracelet of central or eastern-European (Austro-Hungarian) origin, hand crafted in silver and black & white enameled leaf motif links and set throughout with emeralds, foil-backed pink topaz ...(more)
Three jewelry periods come together for a bold and striking effect in the creation of this unique bauble. The Victorian period is invoked by the style of the gold tassel slide bracelet; the Art Deco period is well represented by the stunning platinum, diamond and ruby clip, and the 1950s are...(more)
This distinctive and dynamic Victorian bracelet - circa 1870s - features a striking trio of sleekly styled and domed S-shape curves elegantly sculpted in rich 15K yellow gold - hence more than likely of British origin. The three sections are strung and riveted on to a supple serpentine bracelet and...(more)
A twinkling rose-cut diamond flower set atop a turquoise enamel cartouche which, in turn, overlays a curvaceous golden baroque centerpiece, is the central focus of this precious and pristine, early-Victorian bracelet, elegantly and artfully crafted in 15K yellow gold - hence of British origin. The u...(more)
We see quite a lot of jewelry here at Lang Antiques, and yet we can't recall coming across anything quite like this striking, fanciful and substantial antique bracelet dating from the latter-1800s. An intriguing amalgam of Victorian decorative styles, this piece combines Neo-Gothic tracery (check ou...(more)
A superb nineteenth-century Scottish buckle bracelet comprised of three silver-capped, fluted agates (two amber-colored flanking a multi-colored granite agate) secured by a stylized, hand-engraved, silver buckle and articulated, hand-engraved belt sections. Adjustable length, the buckle measures 1 1...(more)
A gleaming golden 'gate' bracelet from late-nineteenth century Great Britain equipped with an oversize spring ring and a padlock charm that formerly served as the clasp until someone permanently misplaced the key. 15K gold, 7 inches long by 3/8 inch wide.
A rare, regal and astonishingly beautiful late-Victorian/early-Edwardian bracelet, circa 1890- 1900, in glorious purple and sparkling white (diamonds). This magnificent antique treasure is handcrafted in silver and 14 karat gold and is comprised of gracefully graduated diamond-set sections - plus th...(more)
A very lovely Victorian link bracelet, rendered in 15 karat yellow gold, is secured and adorned with a pair of heart shape lock clasps - the larger in 15K rose gold and the smaller in 9 karat rosy-yellow gold. Circa 1880. 7 1/2 inch long.
This colorful, unique and exotic late-nineteenth century, or very early twentieth century bracelet is elegantly crafted in 18 karat yellow gold and is comprised of scalloped plaques inlaid with bright turquoise enamel overlaid with a fanciful design of garnets and tiny silver-set rose-cut diamonds, ...(more)
Something quite unexpected in an antique slide bracelet. Rather than hailing from Edwardian England, or its turn-of-the-century American cousin, this beauty came to us the long way - from Imperial Russia! This dramatic bracelet is a rich, rosy 14 karat gold curb link that is adjustable to any length...(more)
Nine graduated antique-cut pastel citrine ovals softly shimmer in this romantic, exquisitely textured late 19th-century bracelet. Framed in double rows of tiered floral cannetille work, the lovely citrines display subtle, intriguing differences from one another. Fabricated in 14 karat gold, with a ...(more)